Last stage of quality control, dragon approval!
The first of the new series are available in my Printmaking gallery
on my website.
The charity thing - a quick asideNow, paintings donated for charity are always a tricky thing. Unless the charity has set it up particularly for art then it's hard for them to get a fair value for the work. In the past I've done charity donations that had very good structures for the sale. One was strictly an art auction with a London auctioneer running it and a variety of big name artists who donated, and we could set the reserve price. The other was a 'lottery' style fundraiser where each artist donated something at least £250 in value and raffle tickets were £250 each - so the buyers all knew they'd get something of that value or more but the artist they'd receive was a mystery. Both were very successful and I felt a great way to actually raise fair value for a charity I wanted to support. The latter point being the most important.